Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Yuva Satta bats for inter-regional amity

Yuva Satta leaders in Andhra Pradesh today appealed to the youth all over the State not to be swayed by emotions based on caste and religion, region and language and resort to violent agitations.

“There is no problem that is intractable and there is no problem that cannot be resolved by honest and realistic debate and discourse,” they told their counterparts all over the State.

Yuva Satta utilized National Youth Day today to promote amity among people in the three trouble-torn regions of the State.

State Yuva Satta President Dasari Ratnam pointed out that the youth who constitute 73 percent of the country’s population should take the lead in transforming India. They should not be deterred by politics of money and muscle power.

If India has not developed to its true potential, it is because a vast majority of youth has been denied quality education and health care, livelihood skills and employment opportunities. The traditional parties have turned the noble profession of politics into a lucrative, dynastic business. The youth should, therefore, revolt against the present system and build a new society in which every one would have equal opportunities for growth and no one goes through avoidable suffering.

The youth leaders, carrying placards calling for inter-regional amity, garlanded the statue of Swami Vivekananda on Tank Bund, and distributed clothes to pavement dwellers in Dissukhnagar. Among those who took part in the activities today were Yuva Satta GHMC President Ravinder Reddy, Mangala, Sivaji, Ramu, Ramalinga Reddy, Sridhar and Srinivasa Reddy.

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